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Milan Chamber of Commerce - International Arbitration Rules

STANDARD ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS

Standard Arbitration Agreements

PREAMBLE - THE CHAMBER OF ARBITRATION

Tasks and bodies of the Chamber of Arbitration

The Arbitral Council

The Secretariat

I ­ GENERAL PROVISIONS

Art. 1 ­ Scope of application

Art. 2 ­ Rules applicable to the proceedings

Art. 3 ­ Rules applicable to the merits of the dispute

Art. 4 ­ Seat of the arbitration

Art. 5 ­ Language of the arbitration

Art. 6 ­ Filing and sending of acts

Art. 7 ­ Time limits

Art. 8 ­ Confidentiality

Art. 9 ­ Arbitration governed by Italian law

II ­ COMMENCEMENT OF THE PROCEEDINGS

Art. 10 ­ Request for arbitration

Art. 11 ­ Statement of defence

Art. 12 ­ Counterclaim

Art. 13 ­ Admissibility of the arbitral proceedings

III - THE ARBITRAL TRIBUNAL

Art. 14 ­ Number of arbitrators

Art. 15 ­ Appointment of arbitrators

Art. 16 ­ Appointment of arbitrators in multi -party arbitration

Art. 17 ­ Incompatibility

Art. 18 ­ Acceptance by arbitrators

Art. 19 ­ Statement of independence and confirmation of arbitrators

Art. 20 ­ Challenge of arbitrators

Art. 21 ­ Replacement of arbitrators

Art. 22 ­ Lack of jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal

Art. 23 ­ Irregular appointment of the Arbitral Tribunal

IV ­ THE PROCEEDINGS

Art. 24 ­ Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal

Art. 25 ­ Powers of the Arbitral Tribunal

Art. 26 ­ Orders of the Arbitral Tribunal

Art. 27 ­ Hearings

Art. 28 ­ Evidence taking

Art. 29 ­ Expert witnesses

Art. 30 ­ New claims

Art. 31 ­ Conclusions

Art. 32 ­ Settlement and withdrawal

V ­ THE ARBITRAL AWARD

Art. 33 ­ Deliberation of the award

Art. 34 ­ Form and contents of the award

Art. 35 ­ Filing and notification of the award

Art. 36 ­ Time limit for filing the final award

Art. 37 ­ Partial award and interim award

Art. 38 ­ Correction of the award

VI ­ COSTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS

Art. 39 ­ Value of dispute

Art. 40 ­ Costs of the proceedings

Art. 41 ­ Advance and final payments

Art. 42 ­ Failure to pay

VII ­ PROVISIONAL PROVISIONS

Art. 43 ­ Entry into force

ANNEXE "A"

Criteria for determining the value of the dispute

ANNEXE "B"

Fees of the Chamber of Arbitration: included and excluded activities

CODE OF ETHICS OF ARBITRATORS

Art. 1 ­ Acceptance of the Code of Ethics

Art. 2 ­ Party -appointed arbitrator

Art. 3 ­ Competence

Art. 4 ­ Availability

Art. 5 ­ Impartiality

Art. 6 ­ Independence

Art. 7 ­ Statement of impartiality and independence

Art. 8 ­ Development of the proceedings

Art. 9 ­ Unilateral contacts

Art. 10 ­ Settlement

Art. 11 ­ Deliberation of the award

Art. 12 ­ Costs

Art. 13 ­ Violation of the Code of Ethics

Schedule of Fees

Schedule of Fees in Euros

Arbitral Council and Secretariat

ARBITRAL COUNCIL

Secretariat 20040101

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

Milan Chamber of Commerce - International Arbitration Rules, 2004

Milan Chamber of Commerce

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Milan Chamber of Commerce - International Arbitration Rules

VI ­ COSTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS

Art. 41 ­ Advance and final payments

1. When the request for arbitration and the statement of defence are filed, the Secretariat shall request the parties to make an advance payment and set a time limit for this payment.

2. The Secretariat may request further advance payments to the parties in relation to work done or changes in the value of the dispute, and set a time limit for these payments.

3. The Secretariat shall request payment of the balance of the costs following the final determination by the Arbitral Council before the award is filed, and shall set a time limit for these payments.

4. The payments in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 shall be requested of all parties in equal parts where the Secretariat estimates one value of the dispute on the basis of all the claims filed by the parties, or shall be requested of the parties in different proportions on the basis of the value of their respective claims.

5. For requesting payments, the Secretariat may consider several parties as one, taking into account the manner in which the Arbitral Tribunal is constituted or the community of interests of the parties.


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